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I am creating my own brand from scratch, I know that it will take some effort and work to spread the name. What Shall I put on my home page of my website content wise. Shall I write a introduction of my brand and show some samples of it or Have like a billboard banner showing off my brand.
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Have product or design visible in some way,even if just in the banner. Also make sure that its clearly understood what the sites about, that lets potential customers who whats up. Make the shop within easy sight.
 

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If you're selling t-shirts online I would suggest that you put your products right on the homepage so that it's only one click away from a customer clicking the "add to cart" button.

Sort of like bustedtees.com, threadess.com, or ugmonk.com
 

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Images(products), content (keywords), contact information, clear navigation to all pages on site, what makes you different than your competitors, additional links to internal pages, how to purchase information, H1, H2 and H3 tags properly used, no long paragraphs, all "behind the scenes" information (alt tags so SE's can "read" images, meta tags, titles properly optimized for your primary key words) and a central focus (text and images) that appeals to your customers.
 

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Rodney is right, having your product right on the front page is best. Not a whole bunch of words. Visitors are lazy and want to know what's going on the second they land on your page. Reading even 1 sentence takes more time than seeing pictures of shirts.

I suggest having your "home" page actually be your shop page, honestly. The less clicks it takes to buy the more sales you'll see.
 
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